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The most recent articles


Mutations of imperial destabilization : the return of Nicaragua’s old aquaintance, DynCorp

Monday 12 April 2010 by CEPRID
Jorge Capelán Tortilla con Sal Translated from Spanish by Karla Jacobs There are no excuses for playing the innocent about the motives behind US funding of "civil society" in Nicaragua. In the last analysis, this sort of funding is part of the political-military plan to destabilize and (...) > continue


The Third Intifada: "Day Of Rage" And "Day Of Infamy"

Sunday 21 March 2010 by CEPRID
Agustin Velloso It seems that yesterday, March 16th, the third Intifada of the Israeli era was unofficially started. Those that took place before 1948 are seldom mentioned, as if resistance was a new occurrence. People forget the Arab Brigades and the freedom fighters like Izzedin al-Qassam, (...) > continue


With a Veil on Their Heads and a Blindfold over Our Eyes

Sunday 21 March 2010 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso Palestine Chronicle/CEPRID Translated from Spanish by Christine Lewis Carroll The national press in Spain continues to include articles of and letters to the editor relating to the veil. It would seem that this garment has become a problem for Western society, where its use is (...) > continue


Imperial Aggression from Colombia to the rest of Latin America

Thursday 11 March 2010 by CEPRID
by CEPRID / Our America, ABP/ For disappointment of many dreamers, Obama the first Black President of Estados Unidos, “Nobel Peace Prize” in theory, in practice has become another Imperial wars Falcon. Someone claimed that the dream of Martin Luther King, has become the nightmare of Black (...) > continue


The Fifth International - notes towards a coherent proposal

Tuesday 2 March 2010 by CEPRID
Salah Ahmine Nicaragua Socialista The issue of the Fifth International is an old debate of many decades and it looks as though in our days we want to ³invent² iced water once more. Depending on who is broaching the matter today, we can see the underlying interests that accompany this proposal. (...) > continue


Nicaragua: Opposition seek amnesty to pardon theft of over US$900 million during neo liberal governments

Tuesday 2 March 2010 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs Tortilla con Sal Last week, on January 28th, a group of seven deputies belonging to former president Arnoldo Aleman’s PLC and former presidential candidate Eduardo Montelalegre’s MVE presented a bill proposing an amnesty for over 1,500 former public officials who are accused of (...) > continue


Nicaragua: Opposition seek amnesty to pardon theft of over US$900 million during neo liberal governments

Monday 22 February 2010 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs Tortilla con Sal Last week, on January 28th, a group of seven deputies belonging to former president Arnoldo Aleman’s PLC and former presidential candidate Eduardo Montelalegre’s MVE presented a bill proposing an amnesty for over 1,500 former public officials who are accused of (...) > continue


Emir Sader: The Post-Neoliberal Challenge

Saturday 23 January 2010 by CEPRID
Carlos Rivera Lugo CEPRID/Claridad With the passing of a year and the coming of another, it’s time to look at the balance sheet and define the prospects. Who can help us do so better than Brazilian sociologist and political scientist Emir Sader, one of the best-known critical thinkers in our (...) > continue


Nicaragua, ALBA and intellectual betrayal

Sunday 10 January 2010 by CEPRID
toni solo Tortilla con Sal People in Latin America have frequently found themselves fighting regular forces and mercenary contractors coordinated ultimately by the United States Southern Command, the State Department and related US government bodies. That was true in Central America in the (...) > continue


Somalia: When is a pirate not a pirate?

Wednesday 11 November 2009 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso Santisteban CEPRID Oh, the pirates! What a nice word. It brings us sweet memories from our childhood. Unscrupulous, merciless, astute characters, and today armed with automatic guns. We are longing to see before the High Court in Madrid, Spain, the two Somali pirates captured (...) > continue

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